Divine Mercy

'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 1)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

Let's End the Year of Mercy with 33 Days to Merciful Love

"This may be the most important article I'll ever write," says Fr. Joseph, MIC.

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Mary & The Marians

The 9/11 Attacks and the Holy Souls in Purgatory

The 9/11 terrorist attacks were foremost on the minds of those who attended the Holy Souls Sodality Conference on Sept. 11, 2016.

A Sword, Heaven Sent

Father Donald Calloway's new book, Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon, is a powerful telling of the history of the Rosary and the many champions who wielded this weapon throughout the last 800 years!

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National Shrine

Hundreds Come to Celebrate the Feast of St. Faustina

What does her message mean for us? The daylong celebration of the "secretary of Divine Mercy" made it pretty clear.

Purgatory and the Battle of Good and Evil

Even the greatest evil is not absolute evil. Only God and His goodness can be absolute.

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Marian Helpers

You are Called to Serve

January 27 is the feast day of Blessed George Matulaitis. Here is the challenge he set for all of us.

The Bishops Focus on the Family

How can we help the bishops in their deliberations and the Church in seeking a response to the crisis in the family today?

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Father Dan & The Saints

Saint Faustina's Extraordinary Graces

Oct. 5 is St. Faustina's feast day —¬†With all due respect to the communion of saints, St. Faustina was not just any old saint. Father Dan explains.

Why Padre Pio?

We celebrate his feast day on Sept. 23.

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